Cheer and Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday Season 2020

A bit of holiday cheer and a message of hope as we continue on through this challenging time during the Covid 19 Pandemic. Keep yourself well with movement. See how you are doing if you can put 12 moves together.  I know after  many breaks this year (with lockdowns and not as much social) keeping […]

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Staying Well with WaterART Fitness

We are 9 months into the COVID-19 Crisis and there is hope on the horizon with two new vaccines. Let’s stay safe until these may be implemented. Our goal is to help you stay optimistic and well. Here are a few tips and tools or reminders.  We will get back into our groove. Enjoy ! […]

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Let’s Go Virtual Learning

https://vimeo.com/463923668  What is Virtual Training? Virtual and live sessions are an excellent option to learn and review new ideas and techniques in the comfort and safety of your home. Should you need to  renew your Certification(s) you can utilize either land or water CEC hours or add another level of Certification for your re-qualifying hours.  This […]

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About the WaterART Fitness App & Aging Well Fitness App

 Download for free App store for iOS(iPhone/iPad etc) devices only not computers Google Play for Android devices (phones only) not all tablets or not computers Please note that the log in  is separate from the www.waterart.org website. 1) WaterART Fitness App is where you view your educational videos for Certification OR continuing education course credits or any video library […]

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Setting Up Your WaterART Fit Ball

Setting Up Your WaterART Fit Ball

https://vimeo.com/447889302https://vimeo.com/451602304 Un-boxing your WaterART Fit Ball Caution: balls can be punctured despite their durability. When opening your package avoid rough or pointy surfaces that might dent or puncture the ball. You will need a pump to inflate your WaterART Fit Ball (you may purchase one separately on our website). We recommend using a spoon or […]

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Muscular Fitness

Shaping Videos Laminated Cards Anatomy Suit One of the greatest mistakes with muscle conditioning is to try to strengthen both muscle partners at the same time. This often entails utilizing speed and momentum rather than control. Using the agonist and antagonist muscles simultaneously does not specifically target either side of the muscle pair. Work and […]

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